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in kuala lumpur, malaysia. will, any reason for the addition of the third ship? >> reporter: hey, guys. no reason has been given to why there are three ships in the bay of bengal. keep in mind, these were ships not involved in the search off western australia. this is the bangladeshi military to send ships in the area. one ship has the side-scan sonar technology to scan the floor to see if it can find the trace of debris. that's important. the water in this area is not as deep as it is off western australia. these ships, according to the officials here in malaysia, should have the tools capable to scan the surface and see if there is debris floating. unlikely considering we're in week nine here. also, there is the side-scan sonar to put to work as well. the tone that we're hearing here in kuala lumpur is that for now, they will wait and see what the ships in bangladesh find before making a decision to divert additional resources which would be expensive and take away time from the primary search area off western australia. >> i have to think this is a topic of conversation on monday wi
in the search for missing malaysia flight 370? >>> and following donald sterling for his racist remarks, is it time for the nfl to follow the nba's lead? okay, listen up! i'm re-workin' the menu. mayo? corn dogs? you are so outta here! aah! [ female announcer ] the complete balanced nutrition of great-tasting ensure. 24 vitamins and minerals, antioxidants, and 9 grams of protein. [ bottle ] ensure®. nutrition in charge™. [ bottle ] ensure®. but with less energy, moodiness, and a low sex drive, i had to do something. i saw my doctor. a blood test showed it was low testosterone, not age. we talked about axiron the only underarm low t treatment that can restore t levels to normal in about two weeks in most men. axiron is not for use in women or anyone younger than 18 or men with prostate or breast cancer. women, especially those who are or who may become pregnant, and children should avoid contact where axiron is applied as unexpected signs of puberty in children or changes in body hair or increased acne in women may occur. report these symptoms to your doctor. tell your doctor about a
in the indian ocean us trade is set to host a meeting with malaysia and china on the missing flights and peachtree seventy the gathering in cumbria announced on friday aims to determine the way forward for the search for the malaysia airlines plane almost two months after it disappeared nov day three has been recovered to target the passengers on board were chinese. irish republican leader gerry adams has spent the second placed in police custody. there are those detectives continued to question him over his alleged role in the ira murder of belfast mother of ten team combo. she was kidnapped and killed in nineteen seventy two. her body then secretly buried for decades. trace the bond takes up the story her body was recovered here and the republic of ireland in two thousand and three more than thirty years after she was abducted from her home and murdered by the ira gina cargo of thirty seven year old mother of ten was wrongfully accused of being a british and for her son michael says he knew some of those who abducted her. it had been warned that gunpoint to stay silent the whole un
a joint news conference about their long- term plan to find the missing malaysia airlines plane. authorities plan to expand the under water search in the indian ocean but australian officials are less optimistic that an unmanned sub from the united states will really find anything. >> i must say the chances of finding it, the probability is lower than it was when we started the search. >> a new preliminary report from malaysia confirms that radar tracked the plane as it turned west but air traffic controllers didn't realize the boeing 777 was missing until 17 minutes after it disappeared from civilian radar. >>> exclusively on kpix 5, the violence in ukraine is continuing to escalate. a couple of hours ago a cbs news producer was released after being held hostage. >> we spoke with erin lyall on the phone from ukraine this morning. she explains how she and a couple of other journalists were stopped at a checkpoint then blindfolded, taken to a warehouse and held for hours. >> there were some moments that were scary, you know, they asked us if we had children and families and we w
in a different capacity. >> i was telling the guys here i was just in burma and malaysia. it's fantastic. burma is a great opportunity for american public diplomacy. you know i'm going to put this in before you go to whatever you want to talk about. it may be mika's birthday and my birthday today but tomorrow is world press freedom day. the united states government is on the side of journalists oppressed everywhere. journalists are more oppressed today than any time in history. >> vladimir putin one of the terrible offenders through the years of press freedom. a lot of reporters who have reported on him have ended up dead. >> 99 journalists were killed in the line of duty last year. what's changed is journalists used to get harmed in the line of duty and now they're targeted by governments. that's disturbing. >> speaking of vladimir putin, we have now a helicopter shot down in ukraine. vladimir putin ordering the ukraine government to get their own forces out of their own country. what's next in this downhill spiral? >> thank, joe. i had a conversation with a pretty senior figure in the obama a
with breaking news. a new transparency in the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. just minutes ago, finally, malaysia's government made public its first report on the plane's final known moments. the big headline for you, the plane had vanished for a full 17 minutes before officials even took notice. and yet it took a remarkable four hours, four hours, before an official rescue operation was launched. it is the government's most thorough accounting yet of what investigators know or suspect. cnn's will ripley has been sifting through this report. he joins us from malaysia's capital, kuala lumpur. tell us more, will. >> reporter: hey, carol. yeah, this is a five-page report and other supporting documents attached to it. we've been going through them. here are the things that really stand out. you talk about those 17 minutes when nobody even noticed the plane was missing. okay. that said, then we talk about the four hours where what we see here, this is a report that kind of describes all of the events that were happening over those four hours. and what it says to me, carol, is that t
. who saw it as it went over malaysia. what did they do about it? what happened at this last point of contact? did vietnam notice it? did the controller at malaysia notice it? that's what you're looking to find out. and if they know details about this, we know this from air france 447, we got chapter and verse on what the air traffic controllers did. if you know it here are they going to tell us it now? >> why do they get to control the report? why wouldn't you have someone issuing a report like this checking on the actions on this body as opposed to allowing the body to dictate the completeness of their own work? >> that happens everywhere. that's like saying when the ntsb does a report who polices the ntsb? the bea in france, somebody has to present the report and it's the investigating authority of the state of occurrence or state of registry. >> it's just how it is. >> it is. >> so we look for woord to getting it. i'm morest sbred in what's not in the report. what it seems they don't know or what they speculated about that they shouldn't have. >> i can tell you one thing. from
this morning, in minutes, investigators will finally reveal what they know about the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370. and right now, the frustrated families of those on board hoping they might get the answers that they've waited so long to get, this as search crews begin a new effort in the southern indian ocean, looking for any sign of the vanished jetliner. we're breaking down all the angles for you live this morning. >>> breaking news here at home. the east coast under water this morning. look at this historic flooding burying neighborhoods. severe storms so dangerous, millions told just to stay home, and the rain isn't over. indra petersons tracking what's still to come today. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. it's thursday, may 1st. happy may, everyone. 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> and breaking news right now from kuala lumpur, where malaysian investigators are set to release in just moments their preliminary report into why flight 370 went missing. now, this report has been kept secret for weeks. the government keeping it un
-o-t-w-i-r-e ♪ hotwire.com . >>> well, if true it would mean that the search for malaysia flight 370 was off a thousand miles. there was a claim from a survey company, the outfit, geo residence, says they are believed to be the -- it is believed to be the area. did they show you any evidence on the claim or how they zeroed in on this area? >> reporter: yeah, anderson, they talked about the process that was scientific and complex, but other than the information that was released in the press release a few days ago not much more. they say we should not question the technology, they say they stand by it and know it works. but rather we should be looking into the fact of whether or not the wreckage at the bottom of the bay of bengal is in fact mh-370. and by not divulging this in connection with it opens them up to a variety of criticisms. but they say the knowledge is theirs and they're just not willing to part with it. however, they have given the reports to the authorities involved in the search and they're just asking them to look into it, anderson. >> how do they react, the sceptics, they say it is ju
legal wrangling. >>> new search, navy ships set out to look for malaysia flight 370 thousands of miles from the current operation. the company claims to have found a plane in the ocean near bangladesh. experts call it far-fetched. could it be the missing airliner? i'm wolf bliter. you're in "the situation room." >> this is cnn breaking news. >> following multiple breaking news stories right now. fire and floods in california. flames are burning out of control, near los angeles threatening homes, forcing residents to flee. in florida, deadly flooding, unlike anything most of the residents have seen in their lifetimes. hundreds of people have been trapped by fast-rising water, leading to very, very dramatic rescues. cnn correspondents covering all angle of the breaking stories. start with paul vercammen in rancho cucamonga in california. what's the latest on that fire, paul? >> reporter: well, wolf, the fire has burned 800 acres. a short time ago, fire roared through the canyon. we saw ten acres burn up there, we've had 1600 homes evacuated. no homes burned down yet. the good news for th
" contends that, quote, there are too many big unanswered questions surrounding the disappearance of malaysia airlines flight 370 that need reliable answers. the world should now count on america to solve this problem and answer those questions. after all, this is why the world has an america. let's talk about this. i'm joined by aviation analyst miles o'brien, ocean search specialist rob mccallum. welcome, gentlemen. >> hello. >> miles, is it time? malaysia put together this special team including people from the united states. why not then take the lead? >> i've been saying this all along that in the case of an incident like this, you need a nation that has demonstrated expertise in this particular kind of investigation. if you look the world over, there aren't many nations that have, and certainly no nation has more experience than the united states of america. i think probably it would be better if it was couched in terms of an international investigation, drawing on all the resources of places like australia, great britain, france, that all had very competent, similar structures than the
to do that. after that press con presence in malaysia, i talked to a few of his aides and he was telling me he was prepping them and he knew everything about sterling's past, he had been following the story very closely and he saw the opportunity as a way to sort of raise the bar a little bit for the nba. he named by name dropping commissioner silver in there, to have him realize that this is the action that needed to be taken and hoped that whatever it took, you know, to have more public comments, add more weight to the issue, to encourage the decision that the commissioner ended up coming with. so it just was fascinating to find out how much not only that it want his staff prepping him but one of those cases the reverse. that's how closely he had followed the story and how much he knew about sterling's past. >> i think in many ways the last four days have shown the strength of the nba, not just adam silver but magic johnson, charles barkley -- >> and a number of white players, too. >> yes. this in many ways was a good moment for the nba. >> i think and i don't want to be naive here, bu
we believe it is. you malaysia, you australia, go find it for yourself. i think it puts investigators in a difficult position. the malaysians want to take it seriously and look into it. the australians saying, we believe we are on the right track here in the southern indian ocean. everything, the data and pings lead us to this location here and they will continue searching in the southern indian ocean. >> miguel marquez live for us in perth, australia. >>> breaking overnight, an inmate execution in oklahoma goes terribly wrong. a prisoner left gasping for air. what happened and what authorities are going to do about it now. >>> a terrifying shooting near atlanta. a fedex employee opens fire. six shot, several in the hospital this morning. what we are learned new about this overnight. man: definitely more murdery than the reviews said. captain obvious: this is a creepy room. man: oh hey, captain obvious. captain obvious: you should have used hotels.com. their genuine guest reviews are written by guests who have genuinely stayed there. instead of people who lie on the internet. son: loo
it malaysia's defense minister since i although the plan is not certain the findings will be investigated. survey company typically uses remote sensing technology to look for oil gas mineral deposits this week they spotted what might be the wreckage of an airliner. >> : a bill aimed at increasing jail time for juvenile to commit sexual assaults these photographs is a table with their victims at the scott one step closer to becoming law in california. all are based on the instant south bay high school student autry who committed suicide. >> : the victim family adjusts the legislation >> : passionate voice of a father larry testifying here at the public safety committee on behalf of senate bill 838. better known as autry's lot. is a bill aimed after all of it aimed at the 50 year-old got a daughter to tell the house a life back in 2012. following a sexual assault of balls cell phone photos of her naked body be made public. >> : alerted the public to discuss the trend of breaking unconscious it comes. use of technology to document these crimes and harass the victims. >> : they do not held re
time, family members looking for answers surrounding the missing malaysia airlines jet heard the entire final audio recordings from the cockpit. officials also showed the relatives maps of the flight's route including a questionable turn that sent the plane off course. this was very emotional for family members who have been asking for answers ever since the plane disappeared last month. officials say the plane likely ran out of fuel seven and a half hours into the flight. in the meantime, after seven weeks of an intense search from the skies, international air efforts have been called off in looking for the missing plane. shom ships will stay in the indian ocean to gather any debris that might surface. more than 600 military personnel from at least seven countries played a big part in the air efforts. underwater searchers continue fog the next eight months. >>> there is a new development in the incredible in the jet stowaway story. we're hearing from the mother of the teen who flew from san jose to hawaii in the wheel well of a commercial jet. this is a photo of the young man's mother
for the families. >> i'm here to represent hundreds of family members from malaysia 370. >> as the families confront the planemaker. >> they don't want your sympathy. what they want is answers to their questions. >> you're live in the "cnn newsroom." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> good morning. i'm carol costello. thank you for joining me. right now 75 million americans find themselves in the path of a storm system that is both sprawling and deadly. >> oh, jesus. there's cars that have been tossed. >> the violent weather first erupted yesterday killing at least 29 people in six states. weather experts had warned of the growing threat for days, but the ferocity erupted with shocking speed. this alabama fire station torn apart as the rig sat parked. and a meteorologist in tupelo, mississippi, pleaded with viewers to take cover until the approaching threat forced him to follow his own advice. >> this is a tornado ripping through the city of tupelo as we speak. and -- this could be -- deadly. let's go tower cam. basement, now. let's go. let's go. now. >> frightening situation. cnn ha
for missing malaysia airlines flight 370. the air search officially ending overnight. we're live in perth, australia, with what's coming next. good morning. welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. >> and i'm john berman. great to see you. it is tuesday, april 29th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> and we do begin with important breaking news, another night of dangerous storms moving through the south, leaving at least 13 more people dead, so many homes damaged, and towns simply devastated. the worst, it's not over yet. even more severe weather could be headed that way today from texas all the way to the atlantic ocean. >> mississippi is under a state of emergency this morning. the city of tupelo under curfew after this tornado ripped through at least 100 homes, leaving at least eight people dead, many others hurt. take a look at this. the winds so powerful, the winds picked up this suv -- >> wow. >> -- stacked it on top of a car. about 100 miles south in lewisville, mississippi, another tornado was caught on camera. you've got to listen to this. >> stay here. oh, my god. no, no, no, no,
around the world. the president had this remark during a news conference in malaysia late yesterday. >> obviously, the nba is a league that is beloved by fans all across the country. got a lot of african-american players that are steeped in african-american culture. i suspect that the nab will be deeply -- nba will be deeply concerned resolving this. >> the president called donald sterling's remarks offensive and ignorant. the nba players association are taking a hard line in this controversy. brian flores will have that part of the story. that's coming up later this hour. >>> 7:13. a hospital that is the closest source of medical help for many people is shutting down. coming up at 7:30, the drastic measures one doctor is taking to save the facility. >>> also, bike couriers are making a come basketball. we'll tell you -- comeback. we'll tell you why there is a demand for the two-wheeled speed demons. >> we're looking at a commute that's moderately heavy. you can see slow traffic. coming up another look at the santa clara valley commute. >>> clear skies, temperatures on the 60s on th
that these statements are happening is that there is a shift in how we view ourselves, and like malaysia, we constantly have to be on guard against racial attitudes that divide us rather than embracing the diversity as a strength. >> and so jalani i want to bring you in, because can we take the encouragement in this, because there is so much public outrage or outcry, and quickly following this. >> yes, and no. and one, because it is the easiest kind of racism to denounce, and all of us being the equivalent of the kids in third grade raising their hands saying, ooh, i know this one, ooh, i know this one, and the things that they should be concerned about are the disparate infant mortality rate s, and other items that are not indispu indispute. and you have to move from bug tri and say that we don't want to acknowledge this, but in the private conversation to his girlfriend, we need more tangible items. >> thank you both for your insight. we appreciate it. >> thank you. >> thank you. >>> and president obama trying to rein in russia with more sanctions as accusations fly. we will come back and talk to a r
on tape. the president answered a question on the controversy during his news conference in malaysia over the weekend. >> when ignorant folks want to advertise their ignorance commie don't really have to do anything, you just let them talk and that's what happened here. the united states continues to wrestle with a legacy of race and slavery and segregation. that's still there. the discrimination. we've made enormous strides, but you're going to continue to see this percolate up every so often. martha: with townhall.com, fox news contributor. richard fowler is a fox talkshow host of his show as well. good to have you here. let me start with you, what did you make of the comments and of the president's reaction? >> i think the president's reaction was right on message, martha. you can ask the question, doesn't surprise me. every but he will look at the president to speak for the african-american community. i think he answered just right. we've overcome a lot, turned the corner on racial relations. effort prominent figure like this to make a statement like that is very disparaging, downrigh
this, they had comments in malaysia yesterday. >> obviously, the nba is a league that is be loved by fans all across the country and has an awful lot of african- american players and is steeped in african-american culture and i believe make sure you can get up at any time by going to our channel 2 website, just look under hot topics. >>> police are trying to to get walk about a to talk about what is going on out there. >> reporter: yes, it has happened three times all in the same area and all around the same time and it is unnerving for drivers who are trying to concentrate on the road. the incident started in the area of warm springs in war represent and their car windows were shattered having her drivers' side out shot out, and that's too bad. >> like i said,p and if i decide if i or that dykier 0 man -- in one of the incidents there was a white mini van seen in the area and they are looking to surveillance it to see if they can provide any clues to this investigation. reporting live from fremont, ktvu channel 2 morning news channel 2 news. >> they are scheduled to consider a co
the hopes we had have been dashed. the australian brim minister said he was baffled. the malaysia prime minister says they have made no progress since march 28. the whole last month have been a waste of time. >> to be fair, the pings could have come from the plane. >> no, they couldn't have. they took the location of the best ping, searched the area around it within detection radius and it wasn't there. that means whatever caused that ping was not mh370. you recall there was reason we suspected that to begin with, the frequency was wrong. so this is a very important data point. this is why we're hearing this kind of disappointment from the australian and malaysian prime minister. now we have this huge area, why? we don't have any good idea where this thing is. >> they're telling us the entire probable impact zone. what does that mean to you? 23,000 square feet? >> when we've come to a dead-end, this thread of the investigation has reached a dead-end, what do you do when you've got nothing else to do? just kind of cast a huge net. look at this, 150 times larger. this is a huge area to se
of campaigning for or against obamacare. this is "state of the union." >>> president obama is in malaysia, part of his four nation tour of asia. he has wanted to increase u.s. focus on that part of the world since taking office and other hot spots from ukraine to the middle east keep getting in way of the agenda. joining me now, tony blinken. >> looking alt this week, no trade deal with japan which the u.s. is pushing hard for. israeli-palestinian negotiations where the secretary of state has focused intensely for nine months fall part. and mr. putin still has his troops sitting on ukraine. if you look at this week, what you're hearing from critics is that the u.s. power to sway the events of the world has declined. regardless of whether you blame president obama for that or whether you say it's the nature of the world, it's how it now works. would you agree with that premise? >> i would. i think this week actually demonstrates it. first, look what's happened in asia with the president leading the effort to rebalance our relationships in asia, all the different lines of effort we've been workin
international with president obama weighing in from malaysia a few hours ago casting the comments as part of america's fraught racial legacy of slavery and segregation against which he says we continue to struggle. more in a moment. first the details. donald sterling for 30 plus years has owned one of the worst teams in the mean, the los angeles clippers. but they are not that bad now. the clippers are in the playoffs facing the golden state warriors. they lead the series 2-1 with game four set for this afternoon. yesterday tmz sports posted what it says is an audio recording of a conversation between sterling and his girlfriend. nbc news has not been able to authenticate the recording. this is what went online. >> it bothers me a lot that you want to broad are cast that you're associating with black people. do you have to? >> you associate with black people. >> i'm not you and you're not me. >> according to tmz, sterling was upset his african-american/mexican girlfriend posted a photo of herself with magic johnson which has been taken down. >> you can sleep with them, you can bring them
vote on an immigration bill by august. president obama is in malaysia, the third stop on a four nation asian tour that will conclude tomorrow in the philippines retort -- before returning to washington on tuesday. every sunday we begin our program with a look at what is on the other sunday morning programs. today we want to get your comments on those shows. are they still relevant? do they still matter? we want to hear from you. (202) 737-0001 --host: many of you are already weighing in on our facebook page. from "the boston globe," an event getting in that -- getting lots of attention, two popes canonizing two popes. the scene, with over one million people on hand, this headline comes from the boston "sunday globe." a piece that really got a lot of attention this week, this style section was called "meet the pressure." host: we will get your calls and comments in a moment, but for some look at the other sunday shows and what you can hear on c-span radio. good morning, nancy. >> some of the topics include the return of congress this week, the middle east, and of course, politics. you c
in malaysia. it's the third stop of his asian tour and the first by an american president in almost 50 years. topping the agenda, trade, defense, and maritime security in the pacific. president obama will hold a town hall style forum which young people and is expected to offer condolences for the tragedy of malaysia might 370. i'm kelly wright. i'll see you back here at 1:00 p.m. for america's news headquaters. now back to "forbes on fox." >> one of the things this country has to keep power in check are the inspectors general. these are independent watchdogs meant to keep government agencies honest. but a bipartisan senate panel says the former ig for the department of homeland security altered and delayed investigations at the request of senior administration officials. steve, is this administration trying to avoid the checks and balances on power? >> absolutely. every chance they get. it's like having a supreme court justice to get instructions on the next decision. you see it with epa. you see it with the national labor relations board. health care almost every day. you see it in finance
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